Before the “Walk for Hope” silent march around a neighborhood near Six Mile and Livernois, U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg stood using one of his crutches due to the gunshot wound in his leg that he suffered during an assault.
Michigan has been ranked near top of the list in a grim statistic: the numbers of black residents who are slain.
The article titled, “A Show of Courage In Detroit,” comes following at least five fatal shootings in two months involving homeowners protecting themselves from intruders.
The rate of suicide by gun has increased in recent years, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Over 70 percent of the time a minor is killed by a gun, the gun used was housed in that minor’s own home.
A new study reports that if you add up all the deaths due to suicide, accidents, and disease — homicide is still number one.
A new effort toward a solution on gun violence being offered by two Oakland County Commissioners.
President Obama giving a quick shout-out to Detroit during his inaugural address, while making a reference curbing gun violence.
Lansing officials say the city had 12 homicides last year, the most since 2008 when it had the same number.
Across the city of Detroit, residents are growing weary of the violence — especially after crime statistics revealed 386 criminal homicides took place in the Motor City during 2012. So, what are city leaders doing about the problem?